This flag is quick and simple to make. Just print out the template and then let your child colour it in. It's a good activity for developing their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, as they try to keep a steady grip on their colouring pen and keep within the lines. You might need to help them fix the stick in place at the end.
How to extend the magic
Have a go at making a bunch of yellow paper daffodils to mark St David's Day. Click on 'St David's Day Paper Daffodil in the Make & Colour section for the instructions for this make. Once you've made them, you could give them a little squirt of perfume to make them smell nice!